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آلبوم هایی از David Sylvian

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قیمت : ۹۵۰ تومان

آلبوم هایی از David Sylvian موسیقیدان بزرگ Avant-garde

سبک :

Avant-garde , ambient, experimental, singer-songwriter, alternative, electronic

لیست آلبوم های در این مجموعه :

Alchemy – An Index Of Possibilities

Approaching Silence


هنرمندان مشابه :

Stina Nordenstam
Bark Psychosis
The Blue Nile
Talk Talk
Mark Hollis
Brian Eno
Jakko M. Jakszyk
Midge Ure
Level 42
China Crisis

تحت تاثیر هنرمندان :

Bill Nelson
Brian Eno
Leonard Cohen
Holger Czukay
Tim Buckley
The Velvet Underground
Roxy Music
Peter Gabriel
Marc Bolan
Miles Davis
Nick Drake
John Martyn
David Bowie
Bryan Ferry
Scott Walker

پیروان و دنباله رو ها :

The Devlins
Stina Nordenstam
Tim Bowness
Piano Magic
Zoos of Berlin

مقاله های مرتبط :

David Sylvian

Following the 1982 dissolution of Japan, the group’s onetime frontman David Sylvian staked out a far-ranging and esoteric career that encompassed not only solo projects but also a series of fascinating collaborative efforts and forays into filmmaking, photography, and modern art. Born David Batt in Kent, England, on February 23, 1958, Sylvian formed Japan in 1974 and served as primary singer/songwriter throughout the group’s eight-year existence. Just prior to Japan’s breakup, Sylvian began working with composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, with whom he released the single “Bamboo Houses” in 1982, marking the beginning of a longstanding musical relationship.

After 1983′s “Forbidden Colours,” another joint effort with Sakamoto composed for the film Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Sylvian released his 1984 solo debut, Brilliant Trees. The first step in his music’s evolution from Japan’s post-glam synth pop into richly textured, poetic ambience, the album featured contributions from Sakamoto as well as Jon Hassell and Can alumnus Holger Czukay. That year, Sylvian also published his first book of photographs, Perspectives: Polaroids 82/84; in 1985, he released Preparations for the Journey, a documentary filmed in and around Tokyo, as well as the EP Words With the Shaman.

Gone to Earth, an ambitious double LP recorded with assistance from Robert Fripp and Bill Nelson, followed in 1986, while 1987 marked the release not only of the beautiful Secrets of the Beehive album but also the book collection Trophies: The Lyrics of David Sylvian. At the same time, he began composing the score for modern dancer Gaby Abis’ Kin, which premiered at London’s Almeida Theater that September; another collaboration with Abis, Don’t Trash My Altar, Don’t Alter My Trash, bowed in November 1988. Also in 1988, Sylvian reunited with Holger Czukay for the instrumental LP Plight and Premonition; the duo re-teamed in 1989 for Flux + Mutability. Ember Glance: The Permanence of Memory, an installation of sculpture, sound, and light created by Sylvian and Russell Mills, was staged in Tokyo Bay, Shinagawa, in 1990; a year later, he and the other members of Japan, who had briefly reunited under the name Rain Tree Crow, issued a self-titled album.

In 1994, Sylvian emerged in tandem with Robert Fripp for both an album, The First Day, and Redemption, another sound-and-image installation exhibited in Japan. The superb Dead Bees on a Cake followed in 1999; Approaching Silence, a collection of instrumental material, appeared later that fall. In fall 2000 Sylvian returned with the double-disc Everything and Nothing, which made for an excellent introduction to some of Sylvian’s projects that had finally taken shape after the composition completion, financial settlements, and time constraints throughout his solo career. He reappeared in 2003 with Blemish, an unsettling disc of new material featuring appearances by avant guitar legend Derek Bailey and electronica experimentalist Christian Fennesz. It took six long years for Sylvian to record a follow-up to Blemish, but he did so with Manafon in 2009. Fennesz appeared on the set, as did vanguard musicians Evan Parker, John Tilbury, Otomo Yoshihide, Polwechsel, and Keith Rowe.

تاریخ ارسال: سه‌شنبه 27 مهر‌ماه سال 1389 ساعت 12:52 ب.ظ | نویسنده: آزاده | چاپ مطلب 0 نظر